The Casablanca Stock Exchange ended its trading on Monday in negative territory, suffering in particular from the poor performance of the “pharmaceutical industry” and “transport” sectors. The Masi index depreciated 0.34% to 11,533.11 points and the MSI20 fell 0.34% to 940.39 points. The Madex, a compact index made up of stocks quoted on a continuous basis, fell 0.37% to 9,374.54 points.
Internationally, the FTSE CSE Morocco 15 gained 0.05% to 10,506.56 points and the FTSE Morocco All-Liquid dropped 0.09% to 9,818.97 points. The benchmark Environment, Social and Governance (ESG) “Casablanca ESG 10”, meanwhile, lost 0.60% to 871.50 points.
In terms of sectors, the odds saw 6 indices end in positive territory, 11 in the red, while 7 remained stable.
Following the sharp drop in Alliances, Res Dar Saada and Douja Prom Addoha stocks, real estate (-2.01%) was at the head of the losers. The “electricity” sector, for its part, limited its losses to 1.45%.
On the rise, appear the sectors “Pharmaceutical industry” (+ 1.82%), “Transport” (+ 1.64%) and “Chemicals” (+ 0.85%).
The overall volume of securities exchanges amounted to nearly 20.86 million dirhams (MDH), mainly carried out on the central market, while the market capitalization stood at 597.71 billion dirhams (billion dirhams) (billion dirhams). .
The largest increases were achieved by Sothema (1.99%), Stokvis Nord Afrique (1.79%), CTM (1.71%), Jet Contractors (1.58%) and Mutandis SCA (1.25% ).
The largest declines were recorded by Alliances (3.67%), Res Dar Saada (2.88%), Cartier Saada (2%), Afric Industries SA (1.84%) and Afriquia Gaz (1.52%) ).